Hi folks. Been pretty busy around here the past few weeks getting the backyard in shape for the summer. This spring so far has been fabulous. Just wonderful weather. And I'm enjoying every day.
Nothing earth shattering to write about other than we're still plugging along here at Casa Tipton-Kelly.
|(Not) Casa Tipton-Kelly|
I'm on the outs with Bill again but that's normal. He always thinks I don't pay enough attention to him. Maybe I don't. I've always been basically a loner all my life and I guess I'm not going to change. I told him that when I moved in with him almost fifty years ago. We're still adjusting to that fact. I hope he doesn't read this because he hates for me to write about our personal problems but hey, that's my life now. There's a LOT that I can't write about in this blog but I can and will write about the home situation. Not the best now but, hopefully, it will get better.
I think I'm back on track to working two nights a week at the hotel. Even those two night have been pretty busy but this is The Season. I would rather be busy at the hotel than the boredom of passing eight hours at the hotel with only one or two guests in the hotel.
Looks like I'm going to get back on the Medical Train again. I had two warts pop up on my left cheek. Last year I had one pop up on my forehead which I promptly got rid of. I'm getting rid of these warts too. No witch am I.
I've already made an appointment with my dermatologist so he can "suck" them off (hey, that's what he calls the machine that "sucks" them off).
|Loner on a train|
I just finished reading the latest blog posting of "Scott." I "met" Scott when he commented on my Inspire posting about what I went through with my prostate biopsy. He was hesitant to get his biopsy because of the pain, discomfort and humiliation. He finally got it and sad to say, he has prostate cancer and it has spread. He decided to start a blog (at my suggestion) about his progression. I feel so bad for him. He's only a young guy (50) and he has to face this. Again, this is just another one of those situations where I realize how lucky I am. Here I am, a 72 year old geezer and I'm worried about the side affects of my localized prostate cancer (sometimes small - a white mucous like substance -involuntary anal discharges, not a full erection, no sperm, and fatigue). I read of Scott's medical condition and what he is going through and I thank God and I'm not even religious. Here is Scott's blog for those of you who are interested in reading it. Click here.
These days the most exciting thing in my life is laying mulch. I do love working out in my backyard. I do love having good health (relatively so for a prostate cancer dealing old geezer of 72 who is a loner).
That wheelbarrow is waiting for me. Talk to you later!
|Come join me in my garden|